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    Not unless your an audiopaedophile.
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    I viewed you asking this on facebook...and didn't reply on there...so not even sure why I clicked on this...
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    Sennheiser are a great brand, I use the HD25's [for DJ'ing] and they are awesome. Bang&Olufsen are great, expect to pay MUCH more though. I prefer Sennheiser to Bose and Sony.
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    Are you set on wireless 'phones? If not, a wired pair will offer much better sound for the money. Sennheisers are brilliant but there are some deals to be had from lesser brands. My set of over ears at the moment is a pair of Goldring DR150s - they cost me £50 and are said to rival much more expensive headphones from brands like Sennheiser.
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    (Original post by G8D)
    I have money to burn (kinda) and I want something better than my Sony XD100s
    I'm afraid I can't help. I'm still using the same crappy pair of blue JVC marshmallow headphones I had a year ago. Sure, the buds might have ear wax ground into them, but that just adds to their character.
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Are those the jelly ones that come in like blue, yellow and pink? :ahee:
    Yes. I found them in the kids' section in BHS. :colondollar:
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    I've told you this already, Sennheisers are sexier, but the Grados are technically better. You've just got to decide whether you want style over quality tbh. That said, the Sennheisers aren't bad at all.

    Personally, I'd go with the Sennheisers :sexface:
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    Well..me being a headphone professional (almost )..think these Bluetooth Sennheiser cans will be good..considering the fact that they ARE Sennheiser...but it really depends on what u want them for..if u were to use them for casual listening or listening while traveling..then they would be fine...but if ur seriously into sound quality and music like me..!! then i'd rather suggest u buy wired headphones...yes u'll have the hassle of the wires but thinking over the Bluetooth ones..ull have to charge the batteries and u wont get as good enough quality as wired headphones... if i were u i'd go for audio technica...much cheaper but almost as good sound quality...
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Audio Technica headphones look really bad aesthetically.

    Charging isn't important, I leave most things on charge over night anyway.
    Plus you can connect the Sennheisers up with a wire too , plus they have CYAN LEDs bro. CYAN. LEDs!!!
    taking my love for audio quality into consideration i would probably still go for audio technicas... any ay sennheisers are good anyways... wish I had a HD800..anybody willing to lend me 1500 dollars?? plz..i promise ill pay u back..in maybe 30-50 yrs...
 
 
 
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